In response to the coronavirus outbreak, Yokohama Royal Park Hotel is taking the following actions in consideration the health and safety of our guests and employees and to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. The operations of our facilities and services have been temporarily changing, please see more details as below(Update on Feb. 10, 2022):
We sincerely apologize for any inconveniences caused and thank you for your kind understanding and cooperation.
Royal Park Hotels are undertaking the following measures to do its part in preventing the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you and ask for your understanding in this matter.
The hotel will carry out disinfection of all hotel facilities and equipment, install hand sanitizer at the entrance of each facility, and request that customers who use the facilities cooperate by sanitizing hands prior to use.
Face Masks for Service Staff
All service staff are now wearing face masks, and staff working in facilities that serve food and drink are wearing gloves.
Distribution of Health Check Sheet at Check-in
All guests will receive a check sheet with health information when checking in to the hotel.
Located just 30km south from the heart of Tokyo, Yokohama has been a city of innovation and commerce since the late 19th century when it became one of the first Japanese ports to be opened to foreign trade.
It boasts a large demographic of Westerners and Chinese, a diversity evident in its stunning Chinatown district. Most of Yokohama’s tourist attractions are parsed into neighborhoods, the monuments and museums.
Inaugurated in 1993, the hotel is the stunning centrepiece of the Minatomirai 21 area, a city within a city concept in Yokohama, which combines state-of-the-art facilities with a warm welcoming atmosphere.